Listen to these great songs and witness the brutality of Steve Bowen's guitar work. Creative, intelligent and always flashy, Steve lays it down note for note.
In the first piece, "Take me to the Show," Steve starts out in a driving riff and when the bass and drums come it, it literly explodes.
The second song, "Go to the Store," delves more into the dark side of human nature. The title is irrelavent. Says Steve of the song, "It is a Jimi type song about compulsions. You have to admit we all have a little of this. It might start out innocently enough like a candy addicion. Then a soda addiction. Later it might become a alchol or nicotine addiction. Face it I don't know a man or woman who doesn't sometimes over do it. For some it maybe ice cream for others it might be potato chips.
My own addictions took me so far down I was liable to never come back."
The third song is a song about quiet despair. "Most men lead lives of quiet despair."
And in the fourth song, Steve returns to the frivolous side of live thus completing the cycle.
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